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Welcome to ZINARA

The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) is a corporate body established in terms of the Roads Act [Chapter 13:18] . The body which was established in 2002 has prioritised the enhancement of good road network system throughout the country.

Its core business, in consultations with the Minister of Transport, Communication and Infrastructural Development is fixing road user charges and collect such charges or any other revenue of the road fund.

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ZINARA at a glance

Who we fund


Road Maintenance

Routine maintenance, Periodic maintance & Emergency roadworks.

Bridge Maintenance

Annual inspection and maintenance.

Weigh Bridge Maintenance

Weigh Bridge maintenance.

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Urban Councils

There are 33 urban councils whose responsibility, within the area of their jurisdiction, is to construct, maintain and rehabilitate every road in accordance with road program approved by ZINARA.

  • Beitbridge Town Council
  • Gwanda Town Council
  • Plumtree Town Council
  • Bindura Municipality
  • Mvurwi Town Council
  • Chipinge Town Council
  • City of Mutare
  • Rusape Town Council
  • Chiredzi Town Council
  • City of Masvingo
  • Kadoma City Council
  • Kariba Town Counci
  • Karoi Town Council
  • Norton Town Council
  • Chegutu
  • Chirundu
  • Banket
  • Chinhoyi
  • City of Harare
  • Epworth Local Board
  • Chitungwiza Town Council
  • Ruwa Local Board
  • Marondera Town Council
  • City of Bulawayo
  • Lupane Urban Council
  • Hwange Local Board
  • Victoria Falls Town Council
  • Gokwe Town Council
  • City of Gweru
  • Kwekwe City Council
  • Redcliff Town council
  • Shurugwi Town Council
  • Zvishavane Town Council

Eligibility to receive funds

Qualifying work relating to every Urban Council receives funding from the Road Fund Account at as allocated in that financial year. Every Urban Councils is eligible to receive funds from ZINARA provided:

  • The council demonstrates a satisfactory staffing capacity for managing the preparation and implementation of the road maintenance programme. This should be in the form of a staffing plan, which could include reference to any technical assistance and training support provided under current projects.
  • The council demonstrates satisfactory organizational and staffing arrangements for maintaining its road network.
  • Its accounting system conforms to the standard of the Urban Councils accounting system advocated by the MLGNH and prescribed in the Urban Councils Accounting Handbook.
  • Its accounts are up to date and have been audited according to the provisions of the Urban Councils Act. Urban Councils will also be required to demonstrate that they have made specific budgetary and contractual provisions for carrying out such audits.
  • It has signed an annual Participation agreement with ZINARA in which it accepts the conditions under which funding is available from the Road Fund Account as prescribed by ZINARA.


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